Saturday, October 25, 2008

Bird Feeder

WARNING: Do not click on the above clip if you are easily offended by foul language. This guy draws a really funny analogy between feeding birds and one of this countries biggest problems. It's really just a matter of "common" sense, which isn't very common after all. Brand new to YouTube, I give you---Gutta B. Mee!

10 comments:

MK said...

Love it, the man talks a lot of sense, all those free services are never 'free' are they, someone somewhere has to pay and it's always the taxpayer. And the squawking never stops until you just bite the bullet and take the bird feeder away.

Jennifer said...

OMGosh! He was a trip but like you said, he makes a very good point. Obama wants to add more seeds, and we want the stupid bird feeder gone for good!

Average American said...

Hi MK, Jennifer, I expect this post will be WELL received by a lot of our friends. This guy is quite a character, even better than Joe the Plumber. I have a few more clips of him and his friends covering topics of the day, some poitical, some not so political, but all funny. The one common theme is the constant usage of foul language. It sort of reminds me of me when I'm not being careful.

C.H. said...

Joe, I'm worried that this is an idea of what the country will become if Obama is elected.

Unfortunately, it might be four years before we "take down the bird feeder" with the election in '012

BTW, have you heard about Obama fatigue? Some media analysts say this could set in on the minds of some voters on election day...basically it means they are sick of hearing about the relentless praise and glory the messiah has recieved. Personally, I had Obama fatigue about 30 seconds after he started his speech at the DNC convention back in 2004, when they were nominating John Kerry!

Average American said...

C.H., I still have faith in the American voter and don't think NOBAMA will win. It is the congress that I worry about.
they, after all, are the ones that make laws. The more the government gives out, the bigger the crowd with out-stretched hands gets. I also believe it is time to "get rid of the bird feeder"!!!

WomanHonorThyself said...

G'mornin my friend..ah yes colorful but true and spot on!!! :)

Mustang said...

Gee ... I wonder what the magnet could be within the USA. Hmmm. So my question is, if we get rid of the bird feeder, can we get rid of the Congress, too? I mean, they built the darn thing, right?

Just asking.

Average American said...

Mustang, as far as I am concerned, we can replace every single congressman and replace them all. How can that group, with a 14% approval level, think they are even close to doing a good job? I could go out and pick 535 people off the damn street and get a better crew. Why every one wants to put the blame on Bush is beyond me. He isn't the best we've ever had, not by a long shot, but he isn't the worse either.

Average American said...

I will have to remember to proof read what I type when I'm tired. What terrible English.

....Mustang, as far as I am concerned, we can replace every single congressman and get rid of them all.

Average American said...

I will have to remember to proof read what I type when I'm tired. What terrible English.

....Mustang, as far as I am concerned, we can replace every single congressman and get rid of them all.